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You'll never mix up these two ingredients again.
Here's what’s really going on during the busiest day of the year at your favorite restaurant.
He swore off salt, shunned meat and had a weakness for mangos. But Gandhi never pushed his diet agendas on anyone else.
No, they're not the same. Once and for all, here are the best culinary uses for each appliance.
Turmeric, matcha, kombucha: Some trendy superfoods live up to the hype. Others may do more harm than good.
From runny to hard yolks, here's your cheat sheet.
Nutritionists share the anatomy of a healthy concoction, and we've ... well, been doing it wrong.
Experts reveal whether so-called "wellness waters" are worth our money.
Not only is it a steal at 99 cents per pound, but it’s also a nutrition powerhouse. Here's how to make it taste good.
Four years after rising to fame and criticism, Amanda Chantal Bacon's wellness brand is on more solid ground than ever.
Experts love brands like Caulipower, Amy's and California Pizza Kitchen. Find out why.
Oscar Mayer, Nathan's, Ball Park ... who makes the best affordable wieners? Three pros conduct a taste test.
Bench scrapers, drum sieves, heat guns and quenelle spoons ... this isn't your average list of whisks and stand mixers.
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It's like an Instant Pot had a baby with an air fryer.
There are plenty of silly "national holidays," but this one takes the cake for being most infuriating.
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"I’m sure she’s smiling and looking down from the big kitchen in the sky, saying she taught me well.”
The executive chef at Churchill Downs explains how he and his team make juleps for the 400,000 people who come through their gates.
While chefs appreciate Mexican cuisine's day in the sun every May 5, they're not totally on board with the way the U.S. has appropriated their food.
Star baker Rhonda Hull not only took Amateur Best In Show but earned the top spots in six other categories.
HuffPost Food & Drink’s series Consumed shines a light on Americans’ obsession with food, one topic at a time. May's theme is baking.
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There's something for everyone, from a Greek Cobb salad to an indulgent croissant French toast bake.
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Welcome to the wacky world of historical diets, when people chugged gallons of milk and chewed all their food only to spit it out.
"I wanna have my wedding at Wegmans. Right here between the surprisingly affordable imported truffles and the dragon fruit."
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"It tastes like caramel popcorn melted down into a drink ― in the best possible way."
Are services like Blue Apron helpful, or are they just a "half-assed version of cooking?"
Medical experts who treat body image issues explain why we shouldn’t blindly follow the eating habits of these (mostly) nonprofessionals.
President Donald Trump's threat to close the U.S.-Mexico border means we have three weeks to EAT THEM ALL.
Nutritionists share their favorite brands to help you navigate an overcrowded market.
Now that cannabidiol is decriminalized, it's like the Wild West out there in edibles. Here's how to be a smart consumer.
HuffPost Food & Drink’s series Consumed shines a light on Americans’ obsession with food, one topic at a time. April's theme is health food fads.